Montreal Streets, Avenues & Boulevards

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This street, sometimes referred to as 'La Main', offers a mixture of old and modern shopping experience. It has many boutiques with Quebecois designers displaying their wares as well as cinemas, theatres, bookstores and art galleries to enjoy. Summertime brings open air events and festivities.
BulletRue Saint-Denis
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Located in Montreal's tres cosmopolitan and cultured Quartier Latin (Latin Quarter), this section of rue Saint-Denis is a great place to head for a night out. Chock full of easy-going and fun bars, pubs and cafes, there is something for nearly everyone along Saint-Denis. Visitors should brush up on their French before heading out as the entire area is almost completely French-speaking.
BulletRue Crescent
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The section of Montreal's rue Crescent that lies approximately between boulevard Rene-Levesque and boulevard de Maisonneuve/rue Sherbrooke is a popular area for shopping, eating and partying. Known for being mainly English-speaking, the street features dozens of popular and trendy boutiques, restaurants, bars, lounges and clubs that ensure the street is crowded with people at almost any hour of the day.
BulletThe King's Road
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Le Chemin du Roy (King's Road), which runs from Montreal to Quebec City, was completed in 1737 and is one of the oldest roadways in Canada. It runs along the St. Lawrence River and passes some of Quebec's oldest villages and monuments.

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